CompuLab’s latest foray into the mini computer universe has resulted in the Trim Slice H, which might be small in stature, but it is big in its processing “bite” so-to-speak. Ready and waiting in the shade to be unleashed at the end of this month, the Trim Slice H will run off NVDIA’s Tegra 2 SoC just like its predecessor that was released earlier this year. To make sure you do not confuse the Trim Slice H with the previous model, this particular mini computer sports an accessible SATA hard disk bay that opens up another avenue of storage for you.
If you’re interested, there is a couple of choices to pick from – the Trim Slice H Diskless that lets you include your own hard drive or SSD for $279, but if you think that you can afford to fork out $319 for the H250, then taking that route will let you enjoy Linux pre-installed on a 250GB hard drive.
Regardless of which model you select, both of them will come with a 1GHz processor, 1GB RAM, HDMI and DVI ports, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity, a quartet of USB 2.0 ports, a couple of SD memory card slots, an RS232 serial port and USB Bluetooth adapter.
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